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Paris retirement homes

A complete spectrum of local care options

Retirement homes in Paris and area

Retirement residences in Paris, Ontario come with a complete spectrum of care options. Families looking for senior care can get help ranging from assisted living to long term care. Independent living suites and active lifestyle communities in the area appeal to those who want to give up some of the mundane tasks related to home ownership.

Check out retirement living in Paris, from communities listed below.

Paris retirement homes and active lifestyle communities

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Wellings of Waterford

Wellings of Waterford

111 Bruce Street, Waterford, Ontario, N0E 1Y0
Wellings is a vibrant community for adults 55+. Community clubhouse and parking is included. On-site secured storage is available for an additional cost. Under construction: Phase two townhomes are now leasing
The Meadowlands Retirement Residence

The Meadowlands Retirement Residence

1248 Mohawk Road, Ancaster, Ontario, L9K 1P5
The number one retirement community in the Ancaster and Hamilton Area. The Meadowlands offers personal choice in living accommodations, dining, recreation, social and personal services. Make the most of your retirement years at The Meadowlands Retirement Residence.
The Village at St. Elizabeth Mills

The Village at St. Elizabeth Mills

1 Yates Gate, Hamilton, Ontario, L9B 1T8
The Village at St. Elizabeth Mills is a 114 acre oasis that offers invigorating amenities and activities. Enjoy the freedom of private independent living, in a gated community where friends are neighbors. Live With Zest!
The Village of Wentworth Heights

The Village of Wentworth Heights

1620 Upper Wentworth St, Hamilton, Ontario, L9B 2W3
The Village of Wentworth Heights is a full-service retirement living community offering retirement apartments, full-service suites, assisted living and memory care.
Aberdeen Gardens

Aberdeen Gardens

330 Dundurn Street South, Hamilton, Ontario, L8P 4L6
Aberdeen Gardens is a non-profit, full service retirement residence, that offers exceptional care around the clock. Here, you will feel safe and secure.
Caroline Place

Caroline Place

118 Market Street, Hamilton, Ontario, L8R 3P9
The Village of Winston Park

The Village of Winston Park

695 Block Line Road, Kitchener, Ontario, N2E 3K1
This elegant retirement residence in Kitchener-Waterloo offers a continuum of care from long-term care to assisted living to independent living seniors apartments.
Sifton - The Westhill

Sifton - The Westhill

25 Westhill Drive, Waterloo, Ontario, N2T 0B6
The Westhill is an inviting atmosphere of new friends and great times, with personalized support services for better living. The Westhill is conveniently located in Waterloo, near The Boardwalk shopping area.
The Village of Arbour Trails

The Village of Arbour Trails

32 Bayberry Drive, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 0A2
Guelph retirement home offers Assisted Living and Alzheimer's Care, includes 24 hour onsite nursing staff and features its own Town Square.
The Village of Riverside Glen

The Village of Riverside Glen

60 Woodlawn Road East, Guelph, Ontario, N1H 8M8
This elegant Guelph retirement home offers a range of care including assisted living and long term care, serviced by a friendly, caring staff.

For families and seniors searching for care in the Paris area, there are a wide variety of options on the care continuum.

Independent living retirement suites and apartments in Paris offer the best of community living while removing many of the mundane tasks of regular home ownership, including housekeeping and cooking.

Assisted living suites in a care home offer residents care help with activities of daily living (ADLs) that are sometimes embarrassing to admit that they need help with. Help with these ADLs makes the rest of the day easier, and helps seniors retain a great level of independence and dignity.

For those who require care for a senior with Alzheimer's Disease, Paris has a number of retirement residences with memory care facilities. Memory care facilities are improving all the time to meet the needs and challenges that arise with helping those who are in the middle to later stages of the disease. Some Paris care homes are designed specifically for those who have progressive dementias that include memory loss and other related problems.

The Paris area also offers homes with long term care, for those who require round-the-clock nursing and supervision. 

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Be sure to read our Brantford retirement home reviews before you commit to any senior care community in the Paris-Brantford area.

Who wants to move into a retirement home?

Don't knock it 'til you've tried it! Many people have outdated ideas about "moving into an old folks' home." Not all retirement homes are alike, and many Paris retirement communities offer all the best that life has to give. Sometimes, people go into a care home to just check it out or to take a respite care stay and they are surprised at what they find, and surprised by what they can afford.

As one Paris area retirement home manager has told Comfort Life, people choose on their own to move into a retirement home, for a variety of reasons. "We might have a couple where one spouse requires long term care, while the other is still very much independent and capable. However, that person may not like traveling all the time or may be tired of planning meals every day. In other cases, we have people move in here for the social aspect. It's much easier for them here than it is living at home alone. They just open the door and there's someone to talk to, and almost always something going on in the community." 

Read retirement home testimonials to see how much other seniors have come to love life in their retirement home. Before  you choose any community in this are read reviews of Paris area retirement homes.  

Paris is an ideal small town to retire in, in quiescence and peace, surrounded by things you are familiar with.

Finding the right care

There are a number of factors you should look for as you are searching for the best retirement care for yourself or a loved one. Begin with our retirement home checklist, for sure. You also want to ensure that the residence is licensed by the provincial Retirement Home Regulatory Authority. In additions, if the home is a member with the Ontario Residential Care Association (ORCA) this can be a further sign of diligence. Homes listed here at Comfort Life offer exceptional care, and are trusted by Comfort Life.

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